“An Elephant Walks into a McDonalds” in Boulevard

I’m elated to announce that my creative nonfiction essay “An Elephant Walks into a McDonalds” has just been published in the fall 2015 issue of Boulevard. This traditional essay is a memoir account of two prison arts outreach experiences I have had: the first in the 1990s at Washington DC’s Lorton Prison as an observer with Living Stage, and the second in the 2000s as a guest poet at a jail outside Lawrence, Kansas.

This is the second essay that I have had published and it’s a thrill to have it appear in Boulevard. Thank you to Jessica Rogen and the other Boulevard Editors!